<< UML>>'99

The Second International Conference on

The Unified Modeling Language

Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

October 28-30, 1999

UML'99 Registration and Hotel Reservation forms are now available on this site

About << UML>>'99

 

Invited Speakers: Grady Booch and David Harel

 

Objectives  

Committee Members  

Call For Papers.  ( pdf, postscript, or ascii)

Call For Posters (issued August 22, 1999)

Local Information &nbsp

The Rocky Mountains

Deadlines  

 

 

Advance Program. (pdf, postscript, word

 

Program at a Glance  

 

Registration Information and Form  

 

Accomodation Information and Reservation Form &nbsp

 

Sponsors  

 

Related Links  


Objectives

<< UML>>'99 will bring together researchers in academia and industry who are developing processes, methods, techniques, and semantic foundations for the UML. The conference will provide a forum for discussing and evaluating promising approaches that will enhance the application of UML.


Committee Members

Conference Chair

Robert France
Department of Computer Science
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1873
Tel: (970)491-6356
Fax: (970)491-2466
france@cs.colostate.edu

Program Chair

Bernhard Rumpe
Department of Computer Science
Munich University of Technology
80290 Muenchen, Germany
Tel: +49-89-289-28129
Fax: +49-89-289-28183
Bernhard.Rumpe@in.tum.de

Publicity Chair (Americas)

Jim Bieman
Department of Computer Science
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1873
Tel: (970)491-7096
Fax: (970)491-2466
bieman@cs.colostate.edu

Publicity Chair (Europe, Africa)

Jean-Michel Bruel
Laboratoire TASC
UPPA
F-64012 PAU UNIVERSITE cedex
France
Tel: +33 (0)5.59.80.31.70
Fax: +33 (0)5.59.80.83.74
bruel@univ-pau.fr

Publicity Chair (Asia, Pacific)

Junichi Suzuki
Department of Computer Science
Graduate School of Science and Technology,
Keio University
3-14-1 26-209, Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku,
Yokohama City, Japan 223-8522
Tel: +81-45-563-3925
Fax: +81-45-563-3925
suzuki@yy.cs.keio.ac.jp

Steering Committee

 

Program Committee

  • C. Atkinson, Germany
  • J. Bezivin, France
  • J. Bieman, USA
  • G. v. Bochmann, Canada
  • R. Breu, Germany
  • J.-M. Bruel, France
  • F. Buschmann, Germany
  • B. Cheng, USA
  • D. Coleman, USA
  • S. Cook, UK
  • D. D'Souza, USA
  • J. Daniels, UK
  • G. Engels, Germany
  • A. S. Evans, UK
  • E. Fernandez, USA
  • M. Fowler, USA
  • E. Gery, Israel
  • M. Gogolla, Germany
  • M. Griss, USA
  • R. Grosu, USA
  • D. Harel, Israel
  • B. Henderson-Sellers, Australia
  • P. Hruby, Denmark
  • P. Hruschka, Germany
  • H. Hussmann, Germany
  • I. Jacobson, USA
  • G. Kappel, Austria
  • S. Kent, UK
  • H. Kilov, USA
  • C. Kobryn, USA
  • P. Kruchten, Canada
  • K. Lano, UK
  • G. Leavens, USA
  • M. Loomis, USA
  • S. Mellor, USA
  • R. Mitchell, UK
  • A. Moreira, Portugal
  • P.-A. Muller, France
  • L. Northrop, USA
  • G. Overgaard, Sweden
  • B. Paech, Germany
  • J. Rumbaugh. USA
  • A. Schurr, Ger
  • E. Seidewitz, USA
  • B. Selic, Canada
  • R. Soley, USA
  • J. Warmer, Netherlands
  • T. Wasserman, USA
  • A. Wills, UK
  • R. Wirfs-Brock, USA
 


Deadlines


Electronic Submissions

To submit the abstract (5-10 lines) use the ascii form below, and send it to uml99@in.tum.de with subject "UML abstract" ASAP.

Submit your 10-15 page manuscript electronically in Postscript or pdf. Format papers using the Springer LNCS style. The conference proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes on Computer Science (LNCS) series and will be available at the conference. Please send the submission to uml99@in.tum.de with subject "UML submission". It must arrive no later than May 15th.

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SUBMISSION (if you use special characters please use Latex in this form)

Title: (must be identical to the paper title)

Abstract: (5-10 lines, need not be identical to the paper abstract)

Keywords:

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Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Complexity in Computing

In Cooperation with ACM SIGSOFT

With the Support of the OMG and Rational Software.
UML is a trademark of the Object Management Group.


Related links

The Rocky Mountains:


A beautiful 1 hour drive from Fort Collins


  • Last updated by Jim Bieman, 22 March 1999.